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William Musgrave

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1838 Born in Bolton son of Joseph Musgrave and his wife Mary Musgrave[1]

1871 Master ironfounder, living in Bolton, with Anna Musgrave 32, George Musgrave 2, Elizabeth Musgrave 7 Months, the number of men employed was to be returned in the census by partner; lived close to Jonathan Musgrave[2]

1891 Iron founder, engineer, cotton spinner and manufacturer, living in Bolton with Anna Musgrave 53 George Musgrave 22, engineer (steam engine maker), Elizabeth Musgrave 20, Norman Musgrave 18, cotton spinner[3]

1911 Widower, living on private means, visitor in Preston[4]

1917 May have been the William Musgrave who died in Ulverston[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1911 census
  5. BMD